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If all the heat goes into the ocean then why would there be hot summer in any given year?


If all the heat goes into the ocean then why would there be hot summer in any given year?14-01-2019 17:55
Tai Hai Chen
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Might as well say all the heat from the sun goes into the ocean so it's cold all year long year after year, no?
16-01-2019 03:47
HarveyH55
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Might as well say all the heat from the sun goes into the ocean so it's cold all year long year after year, no?


If we are so close to a climate-crisis, why are we still having severe winter weather every year? Doesn't CO2 work the same during the winter months?
16-01-2019 19:30
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Might as well say all the heat from the sun goes into the ocean so it's cold all year long year after year, no?


If we are so close to a climate-crisis, why are we still having severe winter weather every year? Doesn't CO2 work the same during the winter months?


Heh. Sorry about that storm we sent you! Glad you are in Florida to weather it out!

We have another series of storms coming in. They are approaching our shores even now. I don't think these will be as nasty as that last one though!


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16-01-2019 22:17
HarveyH55
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The only way there could be a warming trend, is if they throw out winter temperature readings. Maybe they know they can't depend on everyone actually going out in the cold to check their thermometers regular. Doesn't really support warming anyway...

We only got a daytime high of 53 F today, suppose to drop to low 40s tonight. This isn't suppose to happen in Florida, and the IPCC is concerned about a few degrees warming by 2100? They really need to quit messing, or we might drop down in the 30s. Guess all that predicted warm weather won't come, until after I'm rotting in the ground...
17-01-2019 04:54
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HarveyH55 wrote:
The only way there could be a warming trend, is if they throw out winter temperature readings. Maybe they know they can't depend on everyone actually going out in the cold to check their thermometers regular. Doesn't really support warming anyway...

Actually, the usual tactic is to start using the buzzword phrase 'climate change' instead of the buzzword phrase 'global warming'. This way they can blame the harsh winters on a different buzzword that doesn't have the word 'warming' in it.
HarveyH55 wrote:
We only got a daytime high of 53 F today, suppose to drop to low 40s tonight. This isn't suppose to happen in Florida, and the IPCC is concerned about a few degrees warming by 2100? They really need to quit messing, or we might drop down in the 30s. Guess all that predicted warm weather won't come, until after I'm rotting in the ground...

Nah. They have no clue. No one can predict what the Sun will do.


The Parrot Killer




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